The Avalanches Share Stunning Leon Bridges Collaboration "Interstellar Love"

The track appears on the group's album 'We Will Always Love You'
The Avalanches Share Stunning Leon Bridges Collaboration 'Interstellar Love'
Photo by Clint Welander
The Avalanches are about to follow their Wildflower album with a new record called We Will Always Love You. Today, we get yet another taste with the stunning, Leon Bridges-assisted "Interstellar Love."

The song includes a sample of the Alan Parsons Project's "Eye in the Sky" and was inspired by the love affair between Ann Druyan and Carl Sagan.

"Leon is an incredible singer, with just the most beautiful voice," the Avalanches' Robbie Chater said in a statement. "He's from Texas but we both happened to be in L.A. at the same time, which was lucky as he was on my all-time wish list. When we were in the studio, I told him the story about Ann Druyan and Carl Sagan and how her lovestruck brain waves were sent out into space on the Voyager's Golden Record. And this song came out of that."

Listen to "Interstellar Love" below, where you can watch a newly shared video for the track.

We Will Always Love You arrives on December 11 via Astralwerks.